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2016.11.14 19:46 jeffersonkim Gun Owners Living in Puerto Rico (English)

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2023.06.03 13:59 kjsuperhuman Freaking out about my dog biting my roommate. WWYD

I have a 2yo bulldog, Dozer, that tried to bite my roommate last night. In the process of seeing him go for his hand, I did yell his name out to get his attention and he immediately backed off, so I don’t know if he would have clinched down. Over the past couple months he has snapped at him twice, but he didn’t bare down. My roommate hasn’t done anything to him either. He gets along with my other dog, but he hasn’t been as friendly towards the others he’s been around. In 2 weeks I’m supposed to be going to Puerto Rico for 5 days and we’ve set up a house/dog sitter that’s staying at the house to take care of everything, but the sitter has never met Dozer. We were planning on introducing her to both dogs this Monday and Tuesday so she could get to know them a little better. Now I’m really worried about how Dozer is going to act while we’re gone.
Dozer has always loved people and has been the sweetest dog I’ve ever had, that’s what makes this so confusing. He loves affection and being petted.
I could try boarding him, but he goes nuts in a crate, and I doubt he would get along with other dogs, not to mention the fact that they may not take him if I tell them what happened, but I feel obligated to do so.
What would you guys do? I feel like I’m going to have to cancel the trip.
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2023.06.03 12:23 Evening_Bit_5023 Como ir al tour de isletas ?

Buenas, viajo con mi familia a mitad de este mes para Nicaragua, San Juan, ometepe , Masaya, granada perooo, no se como tomar el tour de isletas he visto que en el pueblo de Granda, otros que en marina cocibolca, o puerto Asesé alguno nada más de ir a esos lugares y ya ?
Leo sus recomendaciones
Saludos by 🇨🇷
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2023.06.03 10:42 Akario_ TIFU by getting scammed into taking the wrong property and business deal and giving the benefit of the doubt to all the red flags

I began with a mistake; around January of 2023, I was convinced by my dad and uncle to buy a property partnered with my uncle; essentially, my uncle and I were going to pay for it via a mortgage.
Now let me give a bit of background to this. First, this all takes place in Puerto Rico, and as you know, PR, well... it's not in the best state, I guess you could say; as for me, I was 21 at the time with no knowledge about real estate what's so ever, so as you can already see we're starting on the wrong foot, as for my dad he knows a couple of things but surface level nothing too profound, now as for my uncle his the one who brought us the deal. My uncle works on a small business owned by the property owner, also located on the property my uncle was offered. According to the owner, he wanted to sell the property to someone who would also take over the Air conditioning business. His sons didn't want it and were doing their own thing, so he decided to sell it to my uncle AKA "the son he never had," however my uncle, well, he doesn't have the money, and that's where I come in at the time I had recently received a lot of money from some insurance my dad had done a long time ago so my uncle came to us and pretty much sold us on the dream that the owner had promised which entailed the following: first from an original price of 1 million dollars he would sell it to us by half $500k it is a 3.88-acre approx. property and has two main buildings. But the cherry on top was that he was going to give us the business and that with the business, we would be able to pay for the mortgage plus, he was going to stay with us every step of the way for the next six months also it was a ten year 0% fixed interest rates with a 25k down payment. the owner flexed about how much the company made, how he owned X, Y, and Z, and that he had traveled to many places, etc., and like good little trusting fool, I bought into it.
I'm not that social my communication sucks and I'm way to passive I all ways had my questions and doubts but I never mustered the courage to state them or anything my dad and my uncle were full on head first trusting especially my uncle since he had been working there for years and according to him the business was doing great and moving a lot of money (emphasis on "Moving"), my dad did ask some important questions about numbers and debts and other things but the "numbers" were never really shown only checks and words that were tossed around with a lot of "yeah, yeah tomorrow" or "soon" it's also important to note that both my uncle and my dad can be quite gullible for reasons that we shan't name but yeah after merely a couple of weeks passed everything was extremely fast and rushed and we were told we could go seal up the deal anytime and we went with a lot of trust and hopes and so we took over the business and we quickly found out how false and shit everything was starting with day one the owner left for vacation and along with him went the promise to stay with us for the next six months and guide us we didn't even have access to the company's bank accounts till nearly a moth later so I spent the first moth learning with the secretary wtf I had in my hands and I quickly learned that what I had in my hands was a near dead horse full of NEGATIVE RED NUMBERS! as well as a horrible infrastructure and also an imbalance between income vs expenses I check with the business bank and its history for the past couple of years and found it full of negative numbers now I have no idea to this day what the hell the owner was doing whether he was laundering money, avoiding taxes, using the business as a credit card or some sort of other trick
Yesterday I finished up with the layer and stuff to undo all this. Thankfully it went smoothly with no issues with the owner or anything overall. I lost like $55k during the whole thing. Some fail, and some win. At least I got out of it fast and minimized my losses from and learned much one of which is always start small. TL;DR: I got scammed into buying a property and a business where the owner promised me the company could pay for the mortgage and then some, only to find out it was a dead business!? And the buildings needed expansion permits and water meters because the owner had it set up as residential and not commercial.
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2023.06.03 10:27 Next-Mobile-9632 Rapper Pacho El Antifeka Dead at 42 After Being Fatally Shot in Puerto Rico

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2023.06.03 10:03 Sea_Vegetable7979 Where is the clearest water in Puerto Rico?

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2023.06.03 09:50 Hood_journalist VIA LOMAS FTK x KOS 79 all up in old town san juan capistrano 13 hood chasin them out

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2023.06.03 09:36 RegentofArakko A Love Letter to the King of Slings (Or, How the Heimplanet Transit Sling Pocket 2L Stopped a Mugging)

A Love Letter to the King of Slings (Or, How the Heimplanet Transit Sling Pocket 2L Stopped a Mugging)

Heimplanet Transit Sling Pocket 2L
I was inundated with 1s and 2s of requests clamoring for me to expound a bit more on this sling bag in response to my updated packing list. This isn't a review so much as a look at why it's a dope-ass bag for my specific use cases, as well as how I've decided to pack it out after 3 years of use.
I sprung for a sling bag/fanny pack/bum bag in order to solve a few problems:
  • Avoid having to remove my main pack to get to specific items
  • Maintain quick access to my most commonly-used items
  • Keep things out of trouser pockets
After demoing ten sling bags in my home during the pandemic, I landed on the Heimplanet Transit Sling Pocket 2L based on its sleek appearance, reasonable capacity, and excellent quality and craftsmanship. (I also took a look at the XL version but passed on it because I had just downsized from the Farpoint 55 to the Osprey Nebula 34L to test drive for a couple of weeks in Colorado, and I didn't want to go bigger for fear of just filling the sling with my crap I didn't need.)
So, on that note, here are my sling bag essentials:
  • Wallet
  • Passport
  • Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds
  • Sunglasses
  • Eyeglasses
  • Noise filters
  • Lip balm
  • Toothpicks
  • Hand cream
  • Ibuprofen
  • Mints
  • Mobile device
Let's start with arguably my favorite feature of the bag: The front pocket.
Front pocket
Doesn't look that big, right? It looks like there would only enough room for a pair of glasses as designed.
Front pocket w/ glasses
Upon further inspection, however...
Front pocket w/ glasses AND earbuds case turns out you can fit a deceiving amount of things here, including giant-ass earbuds cases like the Beats Fit Pro.
The reason this was a game-changer for me is because I used to keep my Jabra Elite 75t earbuds in one of the elastic pockets in the main compartment. However, in the back of a cab one day in Oaxaca, I happened to not zip up my sling all the way (which you'll find is a recurring theme in this post) and I'm sure it flung out at some point. (Luckily, as noted with some other items I lost or damaged on my travels in my packing list update, Amex Platimum's protection benefits helped me replace the Jabras with the Beats Fit Pro.) The fit with glasses is snug, but not too tight, and there is no threat of it falling out, even if you don't zip up the front pocket. Now, I just jam my earbuds here every time and I haven't had an incident since.
(Of course, if you're not occasionally careless like me, this is a non-issue.)
What the front looks with the glasses + earbuds case
The bulge isn't nearly as pronounced when unassisted by my fingers
Moving on, here's what the main compartment looks like when it's loaded out:
The goodies
Smushed together view for better view of the elastic side pockets
Please note that, most of the time, my passport stays put in the Zero Grid holder in the quick access pocket of my Patagonia Cragsmith 32L when not in use. I only travel with my passport in my sling while I'm in transit to somewhere where passport verification is required. The zippered pocket in the main compartment does not fit the Zero Grid Passport Holder, but I am not in the least bothered by this because it's one less thing I have to fuss about with when I'm quickly whipping out my passport at the airport.
Here's where my Google Pixel 7 Pro goes:
Quick aside: As mentioned in the previous post, I had a Pixel 6 Pro that I broke in Uruguay. I was leaving my host's flat in Punta del Este waiting for the elevator. I had my back turned, and when it opened, I put my phone in my sling and turned around quickly to enter the elevator. The phone flung completely out of my bag and landed screen first on the tile floor. I had a Spigen case on it with screen protector, but I had a bad habit of dropping the phone almost daily anyway, so the resultant 95% black screen was really only a matter of time. Note to the lazy: Please don't be like me, zip up your bag.
As a result of this carelessness, I picked up a lanyard for my new Pixel 7 Pro and Spigen case, and I happened to stumble upon another layer of security to guard against this in the future: Connecting the lanyard to a caribiner I affixed to the front loop of the bag.
Phone lanyard + caribiner attached to front loop
This has actually been quite a cool feature for me the last couple of months:
  • I can still zip up the bag
  • I can visually verify that I have my phone without getting into the main compartment
  • There's enough slack where I can quickly review walking or public transit instructions without disconnecting the lanyard from the caribiner
Here's the sling bag completely packed out:
Loaded out - top view

Loaded out - side view
Finally, let's look at the nylon straps:
Nylon strap - rear view
HPT = high pressure torsion, aka tough af
As you can see, there's a small gap in the hardware that connects the strap to the bag for ease of replacement and/or cleaning of the bag or strap.
Now that I've covered the lanyard + caribiner combo and strap, let's get into my click-baity title: How I was mugged in the Dominican Republic.
Before the inevitable victim-blaming comments pour in, I will admit that I put myself in a non-ideal situation. Of course, I know I didn't deserve it (no one does), but in hindsight there were a few mitigating steps I could have taken to minimize risk.
The story: I'm sitting at a bus stop alone on a busy street with one else around with my sling bag, Cragsmith, and earbuds in, trying to get back to my friend's flat. The sun is setting so it wasn't quite nightfall, but dark enough. I notice two guys walk by and cross the street. They look right at me, and then one of them at my phone. I promptly put my phone away, which is attached to the caribiner on the sling. Multiple vehicles, including three police trucks, drive by in a 5-min span. I checked my surroundings before I took out my phone again to double check bus ETA.
When I look up again, the same two guys suddenly reappear and are briskly walking across the straight right toward me. They aren't visibly armed with any weapons, but what is going to unfold is not left to question. I start shouting and cursing them out in Spanish to draw as much attention as possible as one guy lunges at me and grabs my phone and hoodie, while the other guy goes for my sling bag.
I hold onto everything as they drag me off the bus stop bench. I hit the back of my head on the bench on the way down and I was on my back. The guy on my phone almost rips my hoodie clean off but he can't dislodge my phone from my hand. He lets go of the phone and just focuses on my hoodie instead for some reason. The other guy is violently and furiously yanking on my sling bag, but it just will not break. I reach for my Hydroflask bottle out of my Cragsmith and whip it against the knees of one guy twice, and I start Spartan-kicking the other guy in the balls while still on my back. After what seems like an eternity, both guys seem to give up and let go. I take this chance to get up and I started swinging my water bottle + paracord sling wildly.
They finally run away when a taxi driver stops to help me out.
So, yeah. That happened. I was rattled for several days afterward, and it really impacted my ability to enjoy Puerto Rico initially. Lots of lessons learned, and I hope I never find myself in that situation ever again.
To bring the focus back to the sling bag, I reviewed its condition thoroughly when I finally got back to my friend's place. There was no indication that it had been in a struggle, and no sign of fraying, tearing, or damage to either the nylon strap, the loops that they connect to, or the aluminum hardware. As I said, the one guy was hellbent on ripping the bag off of me with several deliberate, measured pulls, as if he were taking deep breaths each time. He was pulling so hard, I ended up with strap burns and accompanying pain around my neck and under my left arm, neither of which I noticed until an hour after the assault.
This bag is amazing, 10/10, would recommend, everyone go get one.
And more importantly, I am super lucky it didn't end up worse. Thank god they weren't armed.
To lighten the mood, here's my real favorite feature of the bag: Personalizing it with an elephant charm I bought from a homeless guy in the US before I took off on my trip.
(I broke the elephant trunk moshing near the Obelisk in Buenos Aires while celebrating Argentina's World Cup quarterfinals win. Obviously worth it 🥳)
At this point it's obvious that I love this sling bag with all of my heart. On a normal day--especially with my new security best practices--I'm in and out of this bag, zipping and unzipping, likely a legit 100 times. It is built to withstand a staggering amount of abuse while looking super fly, and its utility is endless. This is, without a doubt, the most crucial purchase I've made to my onegear kit.
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2023.06.03 05:21 shypleaserr 19 [M4F] PROM DATE

so as the title suggests I'm looking for a prom date. sobrang last second nga lang kasi nag back out yung original ko na date. maybe you can be my prom date? it's based in qc and near san juan so if you're near that would be nice, pero okay lang din if medj malayo ka.
about me:
-cute? (debatable)
if you're interested hit me up!
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2023.06.03 05:14 Lord_Waldymort Trip Report: 2 Weeks in Spain

Just got back from my second international solo trip in Spain. I've been to Europe and Spain (Valencia) previously, although this was my first time in these particular parts of the country. My itinerary was as follows: Madrid 05/20-05/23, Granada 05/23-05/26, Seville 05/26-06/01.

Some background info about the trip:
- I am a mid 20s white male from the US
- I stayed in a mix of hotels, hostels, and airbnb, but mostly hostels.
- I flew Iberia economy overnight. The aisles were a bit narrow, but they provided decent meals and there were no delays or problems.
- While I obviously tried to save money where I could, I have a full time job and was lucky to be in a position where I could splurge on some things where I wanted and didn't have to worry too much about limiting certain activities or meals, which was very freeing.
- I know some people like to book their destinations and accommodations on the go, but I knew where I wanted to go and didn't want any unpleasant surprises so I booked all my transportation and accommodations ahead of time. The only attraction I booked in advance was the Alhambra and a tour of the Caminito Del Rey.
- I am somewhat conversational in Spanish so I can answer simple questions and order food, but I still struggled quite a bit more than I expected.

Day 1 Madrid: Arrived in the city, took a taxi to my hotel, and checked in. I then went to the Parque del Retiro and Prado Museum (booked ahead of time to avoid lines). I went for lunch after but struggled a bit due to not understanding the language or food culture. I eventually figured it out though, and spent the rest of the days taking a nap, getting some toiletries, hitting up a market with food stalls, and then trying to get to bed early to sleep off the jet lag (although I struggled to fall asleep due to the aforementioned nap).
Day 2 Madrid: Moved my stuff from the hotel to a hostel (wanted to meet people and not spend too much money). I grabbed some churros in Malasana (delicious) and went to the Templo de Debod (it was okay, not worth the wait IMO). The line was longer than expected, so I skipped the royal palace due to time and saw the cathedral. I then checked in to my hostel, got a fantastic lunch of morcilla in La Latina, spent some time on the hostel's rooftop terrace, which seemed a bit more local than hostel traveller oriented. The hostel had a sangria making workshop followed by a pub crawl, which was quite fun and well attended, so I got to hang out with some cool people.
Day 3 Madrid/Toledo: My third day I decided to do a day trip to Toledo. While I don't regret it, I definitely gave myself too much time there, my train left at 10am, so I had to leave the pub crawl earlier than I wanted and didn't sleep much. Despite that Toledo was very beautiful, the cathedral was stunning and there were many really scenic lookouts and winding streets to get lost in. Unfortunately, since it was Monday many places were closed and I ran out of steam by the end of the day so spent a few hours reading in a park before heading back around 7pm. When I got back to Madrid, I went out with some people at the hostel for dinner and some drinks, and went to bed.
Day 4 Madrid/Granada: My last day in Madrid I was still slightly sleep deprived/jet lagged. I took it easy in the morning and got some breakfast at my hostel before chillin on the balcony at the Corte Ingles down the street. I grabbed a burrito for lunch and one my hostelmates split an uber to the train station with me. I took the Ave train from Madrid to Granada, it was quiet and comfortable and quite fast. I enjoyed watching the desolate and empty Spanish countryside go by. I got to Granada and walked to my hostel, which was a little far up a hill in the Albaicin, but quite nice. Plus, I got a private room this time so I looked forward to catching up on some sleep. I walked around the Albaicin a bit, then got a shawarma and chatted with a nice couple on their honeymoon and the shop owner, hung out at the hostel a bit and chatted with some more people before heading to bed.
Day 5 Granada: I spent the day exploring the city, specifically the Sacromonte and Albaicin. I saw the Cuevas de Sacromonte Museum (really cool with a great view of the city and Alhambra), the Alcaiceria (interesting but not a must see) and the Mirador San Nicolas (another cool lookout, although the one in Sacromonte was better). That night I went out with some hostel folks and felt like I finally had my first Spanish tapas experience where we got cheap drinks and shared lots of free tasty tapas.
Day 6 Granada: I spent most of the day at the Alhambra, which was stunning, although I regret not getting an audioguide as there wasn't a lot of signage. I also wish I had gotten my nasrid palace pass a little earlier, since I was able to see everything else in the morning and had to return for the palaces (and I got rained on when I did). It did let me come back to town for a great lunch though. I then went out to dinner at a Lebanese(?) place where I got this lentil soup that might've been one of the best meals I've ever had. I then went to another tapas bar after (because I had to of course) and got some really cool tapas at Bar Poe.
Day 7 Granada/Seville: I had decided to take a bus to Seville since it was significantly cheaper than the train. Several of my hostelmates had the same idea, so we had a big caravan to the bus station. The bus ride to Seville was fine, if unremarkable. The wifi worked perfectly for 30 minutes and then just completely disappeared, which was weird. Upon arriving in Seville I checked into my hostel, stopped for a late lunch and then later met up with some people I met through the hostelworld app for paella and drinks, which was a great time and the people I met up with were wonderful.
Day 8 Seville/Cordoba: I had booked another day trip, this time later in the day thankfully, to Cordoba. Here I met with one of the people I had dinner with the night before. We got a fantastic lunch before parting ways so I could see the Mezquita, which was gorgeous. I didn't realize that the Feria de Cordoba was that day, but I decided to check it out and was impressed, it reminded me of an American State Fair but way cooler with lots of little houses with different kinds of music, dancing and drinks. It felt a little weird being there by myself, and I almost wish I had stayed a night so I could've spent more time there and enjoyed it more, but it was still a cool experience. Unfortunately, the fair messed with the bus schedule so I had to make a long walk back to the train station. By the time I got back to my hostel, I was exhausted, but not too exhausted to go out. One of my hostelmates took me and another girl on a last minute impromptu night-time tour of the city, seeing the Cathedral, and we then spent the rest of the night drinking (a little too much) and dancing in Las Setas.
Day 9 Seville: So I felt a little bad about getting as hungover as I did, since I had plans to meet up with an old friend I hadn't seen in 4 years who happened to be working in Spain. Luckily, after getting some lunch I felt much better, and got another little informal tour of the city, this time seeing the river, Jewish Quarter and Plaza de Espana(way exceeded my expectations!) After she left a bit before dinner time, I ran into some people at the hostel, one of whom just happened to have been a Michelin starred chef, and offered to cook us up some risotto in the hostel (10 out of 10 highly recommend) and I ended up drinking with them for the rest of the night.
Day 10 Seville: So by the this time I was starting to run out of steam a bit. I slept in a bit, got some lunch in town, and then hit up the Alcazar. It was quite beautiful, although I could feel the fatigue setting in, and went back to my hostel to just recharge for a few hours and pack up a bit. I went to La Carboneria for a quick and cheap Flamenco show, which was cool but not quite what I expected and the seating situation wasn't the best. I ended up spending the rest of the night hanging out the same people as the night before, although I could feel that my social batteries were quite drained and I didn't vibe as much with everyone as before. I went to bed early, since I had an early day the next day.
Day 11 Seville: So this day I had booked a tour for the Caminito Del Rey. Normally I try to avoid organized tours, but trying to figure out the trains to El Chorro from Seville was such a hassle I just forked over the money to save myself the headache, and honestly it was worth it. Having someone else take care of all the logistics at this point in the trip was so nice. The hike was fairly easy, but incredibly beautiful and rewarding, I highly recommend it. After getting back, I got some tapas at a low key bar by myself, then checked out of my hostel and into an airbnb that was in the Feria district, since it was a bit closer to the airport and I was burnt out of socializing. The airbnb ended up being incredible, the hosts were absolutely delightful and accommodating and the place had an amazing terrace with a great view. I ended up trying a few more tapas places before I headed to bed.
Day 12 Seville: This was my last full day in Spain, and I took full advantage of it. I felt a little sick in the morning from eating too much the night before, but I eventually felt better, and I was able to rent a bike down the street from my airbnb (Bici4City for those who want to know, really nice place, the rentals were convenient, affordable and the bikes were pretty decent). I rode out of town up to Italica, and toured the ruins, which were way bigger than I expected and rather impressive. I then headed back into town, got lunch in Triana, went back to the Plaza de Espana one more time before returning the bike and heading to the Museo del Baile Flamenco for another Flamenco show. This one was a bit pricier, but worth it, it felt much more professional and entrancing. I then headed back to my airbnb, got some food to go, spent a little time on the terrace before heading to bed early.
Day 13 Seville: My flight left from Seville at 9am, and my airbnb hosts were nice enough to get me a taxi at 6:30. I got a quick flight from Seville to Madrid, before flying back home.

My trip was all around fantastic. All of the anxieties I had before hand were completely unfounded and dissipated after a day or two. I met a lot of really cool people (some annoying and boring people too, but mostly cool), and actually surprised myself how much I was able to interact with people since I'm usually pretty introverted. I did notice that I got a bit sick of constantly meeting new people by the end, but felt like I did a pretty good job overall. The amount of time felt right too, by the end I was getting fatigued and if I had to stay more than a day or two longer it would've been a bit too much. The food was with a few exceptions both fantastic and cheap, which was a winning combination. My accommodations were a mixed bag, but were generally positive, I particularly liked the Oripando in Granada. Overall, Spain was absolutely lovely, and unlike a lot of places I visit I honestly don't think I would mind coming back. Granada was by far my favorite due to the chill vibes, and cheap and tasty food. Seville was a close second, and Madrid was great, but definitely not my favorite.

Favorite Moments:
- Seeing the Caminito del Rey, absolutely stunning
- Going out to eat in Granada pretty much anywhere
- Renting that bike, I love cycling and Italica really exceeded my expectations
- Catching up with an old friend, I know it kind of defeats the point of solo travel, but it was really nice to reconnect with someone and have a familiar face after a week of constantly meeting people

Least Favorite Moments:
- My hostel bed in Madrid being right next to the bathroom
- Struggling with jet lag and culture shock the first few days
- Being told on my last day that I was ordering food in Spanish the wrong way the whole time
- Being deceived by the size of the line for the Templo de Debod

Flights - about $900, but I had a $400 flight credit so only paid $500
Accommodations: $230 for first night in hotel, $65 Madrid Hostel, $190 for private hostel room in Granada, $90 for Seville hostel, and $160 for airbnb. Total of $735.
Transportation: Between my trains to Granada, Toledo and Cordoba, and my bus to Seville I spent 144 on transportation. This doesn't count taxis or travel within cities.
I took out 400 euros in cash ($475 from my bank), which I ended up using all of. I spent an extra $350 on various meals, excursions, drinks, etc on my card.
Altogether this came out to about $2200 for the whole trip, which actually left me under budget.

I hope someone finds this useful or interesting, thanks for reading!
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2023.06.03 05:00 archangel8529 Avon is closing up shop in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean

Article is in Spanish, but the TL; dr reasons for closing are:
The Pandemic effect, Climate disasters, Population reduction.
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2023.06.03 04:14 DarkPortraitIslander Entering US with green card

I will be traveling with my green card for the first time. Port of entry would be San Juan Airport, Puerto Rico.
Wondering how will be the immigration experience while entering US. Last time I entered I had H1B, and it was on Orlando. Had to queue up to talk to an officer who asked a bunch of questions, took a photo and let me in. Will the process be same with green card?
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2023.06.03 04:12 Indiana_Jawnz The flags of New Spain, Puerto Rico, and the United States flying over Castillo San Cristobal in San Juan, PR.

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2023.06.03 04:11 Trellaine201 Diverting?

Looks to be diverting. Was on its way to Lima.
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2023.06.03 03:45 purring_in_my_lap 25 [M4M] Weekend cuddlebuddy - QC/San Juan area

Looking for a cute boy to cuddle, chill, talk, and kiss (and maybe fool around with) today. I have a condo to myself in San Juan.
About Me:
My preferences: - No height requirement naman (love my short and tall kings chz) - Someone 23 and up would be preferable - Presentation-wise i like medyo masc-ish leaning people but see depends sa vibe tbh - Bears/chubuff people >>> twunks > twinks for me but tbh basta the face card doesnt decline any body build is good hahaha - Likes to cuddle and make out - Not an asshole, and can contribute and make good/intelligent conversation - Can travel to the San Juan/QC area lol
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2023.06.03 03:45 Puzzled_Camel7868 What plane is this? This is SJU in Puerto Rico and I've never seen this type of aircraft landing here, i was thinking it may be a a380.

What plane is this? This is SJU in Puerto Rico and I've never seen this type of aircraft landing here, i was thinking it may be a a380. submitted by Puzzled_Camel7868 to aviationpics [link] [comments]

2023.06.03 03:32 jewper69 San Juan Islands Spearfishing

I'm a spearfisherman from Santa Barbara, going up to Lopez in the San Juans to visit family, curious what the rules for spearing up there are. Correct me if I'm wrong but the Ling season is short and I'll miss it. Anything worth it and what are the regulations?
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2023.06.03 03:17 Piscesisprecious Full moon in Puerto Rico

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2023.06.03 03:09 b15495 Filling RX in Puerto Rico

My insurance does not cover Mounjaro. Does anyone know if it’s cheaper to have it filled in Puerto Rico? I’ll be going for work, and would love to spend less than $1100 on it.
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2023.06.03 02:01 Lower-Grapefruit8807 Puerto Rico

There are a few casinos in San Juan, anyone know what the rules and conditions are like?
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2023.06.03 01:08 EnvironmentalAd3385 Need help supporting a friend of mine who is having a rough time.

I have a friend of mine (F25) who is taking a break from her relationship, she has left the country to live with her grandmother in puerto rico till she feels more financially stable to be in a relationship. She hasn't landed a full time job other yet, but there is a minimum wage job there that she is waiting on. She is hoping to supplement her income with thirst traps on tik tok and instagram. I am trying to find a nice way to tell her she is not likely to make much money doing that. However she get defensive when I say that posting thirst traps on social is a bad way to gain a following. She takes it like I am trying to call her ugly. I reassure her, I don't think she is ugly. But, ever since she asked to me moderate her lives, I can see how much she is getting. Through all her lives she is averaging about 0.75-0.5usd per hour. I don't want to discourage her from posting but, she'll go on live for 3-4 hours and make less than 4 dollars. Her engagement hasn't really increased since started posting thirst traps. She gets more comments but a vast majority of them are hate comments or just disgusting requests. She has been telling it is just a part of her grind. I don't want to be a negative Nancy, but I miss her old content. It wasn't much just her posting her drawings, and little songs she made to go along with the paintings. But, she had real engagement and positive experiences.
TLDR Friend in Puerto Rico is broke, started posting thirst traps for to get money, she isn't. I want in a positive way suggest she lean less heavily on thirst traps for income.
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2023.06.03 01:03 b15495 Prescription Question

I have a prescription for Mounjaro. Is it cheaper to get it in Puerto Rico than it is to get it in the US?
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2023.06.03 00:59 VodgeDiper_10 Hammock campers - do you use a mosquito net?

I've been fine without one hammock camping in the sierras, but I'm going to WA state soon and want to hammock camp. How are bugs there, specifically in Olympic peninsula & San Juan islands?
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